Retail Observer

November 2017

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RETAILOBSERVER.COM NOVEMBER 2017 18 "The ABBAKA acquisition offers a valuable stepping stone in our journey to deliver best-in-class consumer experiences through high-performance, U.S. handcrafted appliances," said Sheffield. For more information, Please visit or, and visit for information on ABBAKA. SILHOUETTE UNVEILS FIRST SOLID STATE WINE DISPLAY – AND IT'S STUNNING! Silhouette, a specialty wine and beverage storage distributor, today unveils the Renoir – the brand's first thermoelectric-cooling wine display made in North America. Named after the late French painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir, the wine display's picturesque front features a giant, seamless, triple pane low-e glass to fully showcase all 30 bottles within the cellar. Powered by Silhouette's Zeronext technology, the Renoir is 50% quieter than traditional wine coolers, maintains wine temperature within a quarter degree of set temperature, and has virtually no vibration – leaving your wine collection undisturbed. "The design provides exceptional temperature stability," says David Akl, lead engineer on the project. Additional features of the Renoir include: - Integrated door locks to secure the contents - Door ajar alarm - Motion sensor LED lighting - Patent-pending integral airflow system - Pocket doors discreetly mounted in the sidewalls for single- bottle removal - Picture frame mount kit purchased separately - Made in North America Please visit: for more information about the Silhouette product line. *Renoir is certified for both household & commercial use in Canada & USA (except household use in California) REVEAL YOUR INNER CHEF WITH GE PROFILE™ WALL OVENS GE Appliances' industry-exclusive technologies help owners cook with confidence Leave it to the great minds at GE Appliances to deliver new technologies that will help anyone from novices to gourmets venture out of their comfort zone to create crave-worthy meals any day of the week. Incorporating carefully tested, industry-first cooking algorithms, new GE Profile™ wall ovens optimize heat sources and airflow based on the food, for the desired results every time. "When it comes to cooking, we've taken care of the science so you can focus on the art," said Brian McWaters, marketing director for GE Appliances' built-in cooking products. "By incorporating industry-exclusive technologies, such as two directions of airflow and optimized Precision Cooking algorithms, we're helping owners I N D U S T R Y [ N E W S ]

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